These days, when it comes to wedding transport, it’s all about making an entrance!
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“We used golf carts, supplied by our venue, Pymble Golf Club, to travel around the course for photos after the ceremony. We had an absolute ball and I think that showed in the photos.”
Alex & Brett
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“As a treat for our guests, we organised a one-hour river cruise aboard the PS Canberra after our ceremony. We decorated the boat with two ribbons (as you would a car) and provided an open bar and canapés.”
Purdita & Nick
Transport: Murray River Paddlesteamers (03 5482 5244).
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“We used red trains from the Royal Botanic Gardens Sydney to drive our guests from the garden ceremony to the restaurant reception. Our guests loved the train, and were so relieved not to have to walk in the heat.”
Vanessa & Brendan
Transport: Choochoo Express (choochoo.com.au).
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“We were married on my parents’ farm and I decided on a horse and carriage. It was lovely to travel in – the tiny carriage just fit Dad and I.”
Georgia & Marcus
Transport: Terara Carriages (02 4423 1757)
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“These vintage kombis were such a wonderful addition to our Byron Bay wedding and truly set the theme for the day.”
Nicole & Clint
Transport: The Luv Dub (theluvdub.com.au).
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“One day, Nick was putting petrol in his car and heard an engine revving. It was a hotted up 1957 Chevy. He asked the driver if she’d hire it to us for our wedding, and she said ‘yes’!”
Sarah & Nick
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“We chose ‘classic’ as our wedding theme, and the Rolls-Royce and Daimler were a perfect match. We were thrilled with the beautiful cars and professional service.”
Elyssa & David
Transport: Admire Limousines (admirelimos.com.au).
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“In a nod to my husband Kai’s British background, we hired a red double-decker bus to transport our guests to the reception. It created a great party vibe.”
Ella & Kai
Transport: The Britstop (thebritstop.com.au).
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Pick up the Autumn 2011 issue of Cosmopolitan Bride for more unique touches that will make your day a true original.